Nick Drake ‎– Fruit Tree

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Island Records ‎– 006025 1745703 4
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Five Leaves Left
A1 Time Has Told Me 3:56
A2 River Man 4:28
A3 Three Hours 6:01
A4 Way To Blue 3:05
A5 Day Is Done 2:22
B1 Cello Song 3:58
B2 The Thoughts Of Mary Jane 3:12
B3 Man In A Shed 3:49
B4 Fruit Tree 4:42
B5 Saturday Sun 4:00
Bryter Layter
C1 Introduction 1:33
C2 Hazey Jane II 3:41
C3 At The Chime Of A City Clock 4:42
C4 One Of These Things First 4:46
C5 Hazey Jane I 4:24
D1 Bryter Layter 3:16
D2 Fly 2:56
D3 Poor Boy 6:30
D4 Northern Sky 3:42
D5 Sunday 3:39
Pink Moon
E1 Pink Moon 2:00
E2 Place To Be 2:39
E3 Road 1:58
E4 Which Will 2:56
E5 Horn 1:19
E6 Things Behind The Sun 3:23
E7 Know 2:23
E8 Ride 2:57
F1 Parasite 3:30
F2 Harvest Breed 1:00
F3 From The Morning 2:25
F4 Voice From The Mountain 3:40
F5 Rider On The Wheel 2:30
F6 Black Eyed Dog 3:20
F7 Hanging On A Star 2:42
A Skin Too Few
DVD A Skin Too Few: The Days Of Nick Drake
Film Director – Jeroen Berkvens
48:00

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Edition of 2000 copies. Comes in a cardboard box with a 108-page CD-sized booklet entitled 'A Much Updated Ruin From A Much Outdated Style' with biography & lyrics.

Unlike the original issue of this box set, the sleeves here are replicas of the original release sleeves. 'Five Leaves Left' and 'Pink Moon' are packaged in gatefold sleeves and 'Bryter Layter' in a textured sleeve.

24 Bit Super Bit Mapping mastered at Chop-Em-Out.

Also includes the 50 minute DVD documentary 'A Skin Too Few,' with the following music in order of appearance:

'Way to Blue'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1969 Warlock Music Ltd

'Introduction'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1970 Warlock Music Ltd

'Hazey Jane 1'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1970 Warlock Music Ltd

'How Wild the Wind Blows'
Written by Molly Drake
Copyright Controlled

'River Man'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1969 Warlock Music Ltd

'At the Chime of a City Clock'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1970 Warlock Music Ltd

'Day is Done'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1969 Warlock Music Ltd

'Know'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1972 Warlock Music Ltd

'Hanging on a Star'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1974 Warlock Music Ltd

'From the Morning'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1972 Warlock Music Ltd

'Northern Sky'
Written by Nick Drake
© 1970 Warlock Music Ltd

The individual elements of the set have the following catalog numbers in addition to the main set catalog number:
Five Leaves Left - 006025 1745696 9
Bryter Later - 006025 1745698 3
Pink Moon - 006025 1745697 6
A Skin Too Few - 006024 9868657 7
A Much Updated Ruin From A Much Outdated Style - 006025 1745700 3

DVD packaged in cardboard slip-case with a printed paper inner.

The box comes sealed in a stickered plastic cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 02517 45703 4

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NDSP 100 Nick Drake Fruit Tree · The Complete Recorded Works(3xLP, Comp + Box) Island Records NDSP 100 UK 1979 Sell This Version
HNCD 5402 Nick Drake Fruit Tree(3xCD, Album, RE + CD, Comp, RE + Box) Hannibal Records HNCD 5402 US Unknown Sell This Version
HNCD 5402 Nick Drake Fruit Tree(Box, Boo + 4xCD, Comp) Hannibal Records HNCD 5402 US 2000 Sell This Version
HNCD 5402 Nick Drake Fruit Tree(4xCD, Album, RE + Box, Comp, RE) Hannibal Records HNCD 5402 Europe 1986 Sell This Version
HNBX 5302 Nick Drake Fruit Tree(4xLP, Comp + Box, Ltd, Boo) Hannibal Records HNBX 5302 US 1986 Sell This Version

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pwurg

pwurg

June 14, 2019
I thought these were terrible generic pressings. I sold the records but kept the box, the excellent booklet and magic DVD. The box makes a nifty storage container for Nick's other releases/compilations/bootlegs. For the three albums, these versions sound (and are pressed) HEAPS better:

https://www.discogs.com/Nick-Drake-Five-Leaves-Left/release/4763468
https://www.discogs.com/Nick-Drake-Bryter-Layter/release/4506039
https://www.discogs.com/Nick-Drake-Pink-Moon/release/4017288
wrongcharlie

wrongcharlie

January 1, 2019
edited 8 months ago
This is a decent release but I've no originals to compare against. There are some pressing flaws here and there but the master sounds good. No paper scuffs on mine but plenty of greasy marks from the pressing plant. I bought this new from HMV in 2007 when it was released, it cost me £25.95...... how times have changed.....
RNEvans

RNEvans

December 16, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
This set was published in 00s and I'm not sure by who, obviously Island but also I suspect organised by his estate run by Gabrielle Drake. The graphics on the box aren't great but they're certainly adequate. It is a re-run of the original 70s Fruit Tree box set. The pressings are new pressings on 180 gram, they are as good as any new pressing. The covers of 5 Leaves and Pink Moon are gatefold - as originally released. The inlays are slightly strange, they are images of the original inserts but that's the way Nick's albums were re-released. Of course the only way to listen to him is through these three albums, they are the way he wanted it and in the order he wanted it. Your probably not going to be able to buy an original mint Pink Moon for $500 so this box set is really the best way to get them all on vinyl. The booklet is almost self published - almost like photocopies stuck together in a cd size but it's AMAZING, every song dissected, it's glorious reading if your a fan. The DVD is also great but easily watchable on youtube. For the price you can't get a much better way to get properly into Nick Drake.
elizabeththefirst

elizabeththefirst

December 3, 2010
This box set contains some of the most moving instances of British Singer Songwriting ever released and included a DVD of a Documentary that has been unavailable until this point so why am I so angry at it?

The sleeves are poor quality and split by the time they leave the factory, the vinyl has noticeable pressing noise on some sides and most known copies have paper scuffs on Five Leaves Left, the booklet looks like it was printed up for a CD box set not a vinyl one, the DVd comes in a cheap slipcase and the box is made of light thin card.

Come on Island - Nick Drake deserves better than this.